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Lymph Node A&P

Lymph Node AnatomyAnatomy Explainedmore lymph explained
Lymph nodes are small, bean-shaped structures. They lie along lymphatic vessels. There are groups of nodes in the groin, axilla, neck and abdomen.
Ea. node is enclosed in fibrous capsule. Trabeculae are strands of the capsule. Trabeculae extend into node and divide it into compartments.
Cortex outer portion of the node. (blank)
Medulla inner portion of the node. (blank)
Germinal Centers are masses of lymphoid tissue within the cortex. Sources of Lymphocytes.
Sinuses spaces where lymph passes into when it enters the nodes. There its exposed to macrophages & lymphocytes.
Macrophages and lymphocytes. filter bacteria and foreign particles from the lymph (blank)
Created by: drdunncmt